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Brexit fears are keeping international investors on edge.
The lowest interest rates in nearly a year were apparently not enough incentive to juice mortgage demand.
CNBC's Hugh Son and Nima Ghamsari of Blend joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how Blend is an example for the future of home equity loans.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on a new housing trend known as "aging in place."
With more seniors choosing not to sell their family home, an estimated 1.6 million fewer properties are now available.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says China's slowing economy is the "dominant factor" that could drive Australia's interest rate policy, but declining house prices locally is "not far behind."
With spring on the way, many home buyers are starting their hunt for a new home.
The share of Americans who say it is a good time to buy a home increased 4 percentage points to 15 percent in January compared with December, according to a monthly survey from Fannie Mae.
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz of Mirvac says there is "enormous differentiation" between sub-markets around Australia and her company's projects are located in the "right" markets. She also discusses the differences between residential, industrial and commercial sectors of real estate in the country.
Mortgage demand continued to weaken, with homebuyers retreating the most last week.
Home prices rose 4.7 percent in December, according to CoreLogic. That is the smallest annual gain since August 2012. Prices are still rising because of the shortage of homes for sale, especially on the lower end of the market.
After ending 2018 in a serious slump, demand for housing is suddenly soaring again, thanks to a drop in mortgage rates which could be temporary.
Homeowners today are sitting on a record amount of equity, thanks to the recent run-up in home prices, but a lot of them can't access that cash. EasyKnock, a barely two year old company, gives you cash for your home and lets you stay on as a renter.
Building approvals in Australia fell more than 8 percent in both December and November. Andrew Ticehurst of Nomura says this is "quite striking," because he has not seen back to back falls of such a magnitude before.
CNBC's Diana Olick provides some color to the new home sales numbers in 2018.
The housing pain persists in Southern California, as higher costs weigh heavily on potential buyers. Home sales in the region fell 20.3 percent year over year in December, according to CoreLogic. That is the lowest December sales pace since 2007.